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 Post subject: Ahmadinejad Denounces Bush’s ‘Message of Confrontation’
PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2008 11:08 pm 
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What? Is Ahmadinejad just simply smarter than Bush...which isn't saying much, but still......?

Ahmadinejad Denounces Bush’s ‘Message of Confrontation

During his just-completed tour of the Middle East, President Bush made no secret of his belief that Iran poses the biggest threat to the security of the region and beyond, but Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has his own ideas about Bush’s statements and Mideast allegiances, which he was equally willing to air on the heels of Bush’s visit.


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Mr Ahmadinejad said Mr Bush had brought a “message of confrontation” during his tour, during which he warned Arab allies that Iran posed a threat.

In an interview with al-Jazeera TV, the Iranian leader also said Israel “would not dare” attack Iran.

He spoke as Israel announced it had test-fired a ballistic missile.

Reports in the Israeli media said the long-range missile was aimed at intercepting aerial threats against the Jewish state.

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Bushco has lied so many times about reasons to engage in war, I vote that everybody just ignore the warmonger.

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Bushco has lied so many times about reasons to engage in war, I vote that everybody just ignore the warmonger.


We could do that BUT that's exactly what he wants. For he is more than warmonger—he is a war criminal. At the end of World War II we took the war criminals and put them on trial, many were hung for their crimes. Their crimes were identical in nature and scope as the Shrub's. We can ill afford to ignore the little bastard since all he would do start another bigger and deadlier war against Iran. He would continue these crimes in our names, we cannot become the new sheeple like the people of Germany and Japan.

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I really don't know if Bush is going to attempt to stay in office.

I think he wants to retire, sell his phony "ranch", and drink himself into oblivion.

On the other hand, I think there are many people telling him to suspend the Constitution, and declare himself Emperor.

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think there are many people telling him to suspend the Constitution, and declare himself Emperor.


Of course, and they're Bush's handlers, the same people who are reaping huge profits from Bush's being a warmonger as well as a low-end moron.

Most of them are flying below the radar, thanks to the complicity of the msm, but the biggest profiteer besides the Bush family is Dick Cheney.

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We all by now know that Dick Cheney retired from the Pentagon in 1993 to accede to the throne of Halliburton, an oil field services company based in Houston. Under Mr. Cheney's reign, Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries which included the Kellogg Company (the K of KBR), a major engineering firm. True to form, Mr. Cheney's acquisition did not include much due diligence. After Mr. Cheney left Halliburton with tens of millions of dollars in his pocket largely earned because of his connections to Middle East dictators, Halliburton had to cough up $2.3 billion in cash, about $1.2 billion in stock and another $55 million in IOUs to help pay off the tens of thousands of people in this country who had suffered and/or died of asbestos poisoning at the hand of Dresser, which Mr. Cheney had acquired and for which Mr. Cheney was (and apparently still is) handsomely compensated. If this sounds a bit like Mr. Cheney's due diligence with respect to weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, it should. He never bothered to look at what Dresser had before he bought it for Halliburton and he never bothered to look at what Iraq had before he broke it for the U.S.

As Messrs. Cheney and Rumsfeld planned the war in Iraq beginning during the first year of the Bush Administration, Mr. Cheney's Halliburton was the contractor of choice to do the work that the military had always done in past wars. This time, though, the war would be privatized to suit the ideology and obfuscation of the Bush team, which wanted to pretend that the number of people we'd need in Iraq would be small (so outsource it) and that the government can be privatized (so outsource it to friends
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